Caere - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Etruria, Italy
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The inhabitants of Caere make peace with the Romans.
the Vestal [Virgins] to Caere, [when the Gauls] besi
the sun shone forth. At Caere a pig was born with
were struck by lightning. At Caere the land flowed with a
At Caere it rained milk. At Lebadia
river and the town of Caere, seven miles inland, called Agylla
There are pictures surviving at Caere that are even older. And
came to the town of Caere; where, because they were courteously
near Antium. The waters of Caere were mixed with blood. And
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